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  • Baseball Team Looks To Build Off Winning Ways As Playoffs Commence

    Connor Miller delivers a pitch during late-season action. The Nighthawks will begin the conference playoffs with a visit to Notre Dame-Fairfield on Saturday, May 24.

  • Softball Team Heads Into Tourney On Winning Note

    Newtown High School’s softball team closed out the regular season with seven wins in its final eight contests — the only blemish an 8-1 setback to unbeaten-in-the-South-West Conference Lauralton Hall of Milford on May 15.

    This past week was highlighted by a pair of lopsided wins. The Nighthawks toppled Kolbe Cathedral of Bridgeport 11-3 at Treadwell Park on May 19, and finished off the regular slate with a 21-0 win at Notre Dame-Fairfield on May 20.

  • NHS Pool Closing For Season; Treadwell & Eichler’s Ready To Open

    The pool at Newtown High School will be closing for public use on Thursday, May 22, at 7:15 am, for the season.

    The pool at Treadwell Park, on Philo Curtis Road, and the beach at Eichler’s Cove Beach & Marina, at the end of Old Beach Road, will open for the season on Saturday, May 24.

  • Boys Tennis Team Falls In Finals

    Newtown High School’s boys’ tennis team, despite the loss of a handful of seniors a year ago, reached the South-West Conference championship match before falling 6-1 to top-seeded and host Weston on May 20.

  • Boys Tennis Team Wins SWC Semifinals

    Newtown High School’s boys’ tennis team edged Pomperaug of Southbury 4-3 in the South-West Conference Tournament semifinals on May 19. The Nighthawks advanced to take on Weston in the May 20 championship match, scheduled for 4:15 pm at Weston High.

    Against Pomperaug, the Nighthawks pulled out a trio of three-set matches to earn the victory and advance in the four-team tourney.

  • Lucky 13 For Hawks As Softball Team Keeps Winning

    Thirteen has proven to be a lucky number for Newtown High School’s softball team lately. That’s the run total the Nighthawks put up on the scoreboards in three of four games — all wins — this past week, as they made it five straight wins and improved to 10-6 overall (8-3 in South-West Conference) heading into a May 15 scheduled clash with Lauralton Hall of Milford.

  • Girls’ Track And Field Team Remains Unbeaten; Boys Continue Winning Ways

    Newtown High School’s girls’ track and field team improved to 12-0 by defeating three opponents at Brookfield High School on May 12, and the boys’ squad went 2-1 on Senior Night at Blue & Gold Stadium on May 13. Both squads also participated in the Spartan Midnight-Sunrise Invitational at Amity High School in Woodbridge May 9-10.

    In their visit to Brookfield, Newtown defeated the host Bobcats 111.5-38.5, defeated Weston 83-67, and topped New Fairfield 112.2-33.5.

  • High School Tennis Teams Earn Wins

    Newtown High School’s girls’ tennis team defeated host Masuk at Monroe’s Wolf Park on May 9, topped host Notre Dame-Fairfield on May 12, and defeated visiting Stratford, at Dickinson Park, on May 13 — winning all three matches by 7-0 scores.

    The Newtown boys, meanwhile, won two of three matches at home this past week. The Nighthawks topped Masuk in a shortened match, 5-0, on May 9, lost 5-2 to Pomperaug of Southbury 5-2 on May 12, and edged New Milford 4-3 the next day.

  • Lacrosse Teams Pick Up Wins

    Newtown High School’s girls’ lacrosse team defeated Bethel and Notre Dame-Fairfield this week to improve to 11-3 overall and 4-1 in South-West Conference play heading into a May 15 scheduled visit to FCIAC foe New Canaan. The Newtown boys’ lacrosse team, after beating Notre Dame, suffered a tough double overtime loss to nonconference opponent Glastonbury to stand at 10-3 (4-1) heading into scheduled home games with Stratford and Staples of Westport on Wednesday and Thursday.

  • Hawks Travel Softball Car Wash On May 31

    The Newtown Hawks Babe Ruth travel softball team will hold a car wash to raise money for the program on Saturday, May 31.

    The car wash will take place at Berkshire Motors, 25 Berkshire Road, from 10 am to 3 pm. Car washes are free and donations are welcomed by the softball team.